WWE has a potentially devastating tag team on its hands if the company decides to put giant with giant, Big Show with Mark Henry.
Should Henry or Big Show not win their respective Elimination Chamber matches on Sunday, forming a team is a way to filter their frustration, to save the tag team division and continue tradition.
In 2012, Henry and Big Show were enemies. Now they are both furious monsters leaving bodies in their wake.
On Monday's Raw, Big Show knocked out Alex Riley, Yoshi Tatsu and Matt Striker. Mark Henry recently smashed both Sin Cara and Rey Mysterio. Converging these two angry beasts would be an intriguing move.
That team of 800-plus pounds would be immediate contenders in a weakening tag division.
Established stars like Big Show and Henry crashing the tag party makes things a lot more interesting. The field gets a new favorite.
The compelling nature of such a destructive force would be a blast to watch.
Watching Henry and Show (The World's Largest Tag Team?) plow through the division would be like watching a tornado rip through a barn. They'd be the rare team that makes the Brothers of Destruction look small.
Suddenly the Usos and Team Hell No would have a huge obstacle to overcome. Henry and Show would become the tag division's kingpins by default.
They become the '64 Celtics.
WWE can put the tag titles on Big Show and Henry and let them go on a dominant run. Picture bent bodies, tables left in ruin, roaring titans. That run of terror couldn't go on forever though.
While one-sided destruction is fun to watch for awhile, it's more entertaining to watch empires crumble.
WWE can make one team look mighty heroic by having them eventually knock off the behemoths. Whoever finds a way to best Henry and Big Show instantly become awe-inspiring warriors.
There is no such mountain to conquer at the moment. Team Hell No looks to be disintegrating on its own. The rest of the division is filled with guys with potential, but no one that strikes fear in anybody.
Henry and Big Show can make stars out of underdogs.
Besides, teaming the company's biggest dudes together is a WWE tradition.
Earthquake and Typhoon formed The Natural Disasters. Killer Kowalski teamed with both Gorilla Monsoon and Big John Studd. Mark Henry once teamed with Big Daddy V.
WWE's newest squad of giants would be among its biggest.
Unless the company has World Heavyweight title plans for either man, a tag team of an unstoppable nature could be the best way to utilize both Henry and Show. They're both angry, powerful brutes.
Together, they could shake the ground in unison as they stomp toward a championship horizon.